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What do you put in between the 3 pieces to keep them seperated?
I glued a bit of a cotton in between the pieces.
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I will be making these for Christmas next year! Such a cute ornament!
Thanks for sharing!
Charlotte from AZ
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This is sooo cute! And a great, green activity for the holidays! Could you please, pretty please, link this post at my new blog “Your Green Classroom?” Or at least give me permission to link it? Thank you so very much!
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OK….these are even cuter than the bells! AWESOME idea!!! :) And thanks again for linking up! http://www.playingwithwords365.com/category/thrifty-thursday/
What a great idea!I *must* make these!
These are really cute!Great ornament idea!
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